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anyone else. central europe last year, budapest, the czech republic had gone from a leading country in central europe, leading the region in laws and in the constitution of equality 16 years ago to a complete reversal today. it's got one of the worst records today of the deprivation of rights of women, roma people, jews, and lgbt people. sound familiar, that grouping? i was not prepared for what i was going to find in budapest. i was not prepared for the thousands ofneo nazis and state sanctioned militia that would meet a couple hundred marchers, thousands of them. * there was one young man, 21 years old, young hungarian, who would be the only person to go on tv with me, only hungarian, malan would take a blow horn and walk through the streets against families that hated us, and he walked and he shouted and he kept the morale up as we were walking against this sea of people who didn't like us because we were representing the inclusion and diversity that we so much cherish here. he was inspired by the story of my uncle and he said to me, do you think this is how harvey felt? and i sa
picture, starring a young hungarian, franciska gaal. stop the picture a minute. get me budapest. c.b., it's 5:30 in the morning in budapest. you cat get at girl t bed and why not? operator. get me budapest, miss franciska gaal, g-a-a-l. (thomas schatz) and of course we're not importing movies, we're importing the talent developing in othecountries. hello. franciska gaal? this is cecil b. demillein . who? cecil b. demille, paramount director, speaking from hollywood. cecil b. demille! oh, yes! we want you to come to america for a picture. i want a fine emotional actress for the part i have in mind. you'll have to leave in one week. one week. oh, you americans. styles and techniques are being imported, appropriated a transformed to accommodate this system. (narrator) superficially, it seemed as if the major american studio was operating as factories, mass producing dreams for expanding foreign markets. (robert parrish) they were factories; they manufactured things. and if i'd been in detroit, i might have sold automobiles. but in this town, they made movies. and everything in the town was
and athens. budapest, you'll be dropping below the freezing mark. 5 and 6 in london and paris. that's a look at your weather. here's your extended forecast. >>> we'll be back in 30 minutes with more news. i'm gene otani in tokyo.
major city from budapest to stuttgart has had terrible reaction with tunnel boring machines causing tunnel collapse. that's something that we should definitely consider. now, i'd like to mention that last month, ed reiskin made a proposal saying that i'm happy to report that we continue to make progress with the pagoda palace plan. the effort to change the retrieval site has involved a significant amount of work on a very tight timeline. the strong support of supervisor chiu, the mayor's office, we have worked closely with several city agencies including the planning department, the city attorney's office, and the department of building inspection to try to make the pagoda palace option a reality. one thing that was left out by mr. reiskin, all of the employees of the mta, were these citizens of san francisco and the business owners in north beach. if anybody were at the meeting in november, the first time the north beach merchants were really notified by the mta or anybody, there was a huge uproar against this project. it should stop in chinatown as originally planned. there is muc
. budapest today, athens tomorrow, london then. as soon as people stand up to the global dictate, the e.u. smacks them down and shows them contempt, arrogance and insults them as you do, mr. cohelpbend it. -- cohen-bendit. [applause] [speaking french] >> translator: well, you won't be able to carry on like this for very long by making caricatures of those who oppose your model. in those circumstances, president, on behalf of france and europe will you decide to turn your back on this ultraliberal, globalist economic model which has been destroying jobs and the quality of life over the last 20 years for all europeans? thank you. [applause] [speaking french] >> translator: so i will now give the floor to president hollande. >> translator: well, i knew that when i came to the european parliament, it would be a way of preparing for what awaits me, and i've got no regrets about coming here this morning. finding people from the same side as me in france who i haven't met for some time, but also i was able to listen to various groups telling me how i could act in the european council. you'd ha
events like it, it is more difficult for us to learn. there is no one on facebook in prague or budapest. note twitter account, no global internet service. again, it is more readily available. that is why i think the single digits change. >> i mentioned the story "the new york times" reported today, it is tied to hacking. the most significant change in all of our lives is the information that not only do we receive, but that we send in this world that we are connected to. so here we have this incredible story, it is an elite and highly trained directly tied to this hacking. as i despise you. >> [inaudible] >> again, readily available. it is something the government has been hesitant about. because it complicates a bunch of things. but anyone who has done this, you do not even have to be on the inside to recognize. just as a matter of science, i stand up that the sophistication and persistence of the chinese espionage effort is so great. >> is it an espionage effort against america is substantially more pronounced than the russian espionage efforts? than the iranian efforts? >> absolutely
is hateful in what he says. budapest today, athens tomorrow. as soon as people stand up to the global dictate, the european union smacks them down, and shows them in contempt and arrogance, and insults them as you do. you will not be able to carry on like this very long, for those who oppose you -- in those circumstances, on behalf of france and europe, you will turn your back on this economic model, that is destroying jobs all over the quality of life, in european cities. >> i will now give the floor to president alande. >> i knew that when i came to the european parliament, this would be a way of preparing for what awaits me. finding people for the same side as many in france, but i was able to listen to various groups, telling me how like an act in the european council. you would think that we were speaking to our own heads of state in government. but when i leave here, i will have all of the various arguments in favor of a compromise, that is a good compromise. i am aware of what is available today, will not satisfy the majority in this house. i will say that to my colleagues. listens to
on facebook in prague or budapest, no global internet service. again, it is more readily available. that is the single biggest change had >> i mentioned -- change. . >> i mentioned the story in the new york times. chinese units linked to hacking in the u.s.. the most significant change in our lives is the information that not only we receive, but that we send. here we have this incredible story, actually not so incredible story, that it is a relatively elite, highly trained chinese army unit directly tied to sophisticated hacking against the u.s.. does that come to a surprise -- as a surprise to you? >> i wondered what the news was. again, readily available. it is something our government has been hesitant to say because it complicates a bunch of things, and we can talk about whether that is a good or bad idea, but anyone that has done this, you do not have to be on the inside to recognize -- let me tell you what i tell audiences. just as a matter of science as a discipline, i stand back and all at the breath,, sophistication, persistence of the chinese espionage effort against the
back to the united states, holbrooke was not leaving the tarmac. he instead went to budapest. and he knew full well that all those calls were going to be monitored by serbian intelligence, and this was just a last ditch effort to send the message to milosevic that this was a serious effort. and that, in fact, nato's action was coming the next day. so i got on the phone, i called everybody i knew. milosevic heard all those intercepts, clearly ignored them. the next day nato launched what was a 78-day air campaign. it finished on the, in early june and then culminated with u.n. security council resolution 1244, um, which set up the u.n. mission in kosovo, an effort to build the institutions of self-government that would inevitably lead to kosovo's independence. that didn't happen overnight. there was a policy adopted by michael steiner, the srsg, called standards before status. there was really no measurable progress. in the spring of 2004, albanians again took matters into their own hands attacking serbian communities and the u.n. in what, in retrospect, increasingly looked like a pla
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